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'''FFmpeg''' is a collection of free software that can record, convert and stream digital audio and video. It includes libavcodec (a leading audio/video codec library), and libavformat (a leading audio/video container mux and demux library). FFmpeg is developed under Linux, but it can be compiled under most operating systems, including Windows.
 
====Also See====
 
* [[wikipedia:FFmpeg]]
 
 
* [http://ffmpeg.mplayerhq.hu/ Offical Site]
 
 
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'''FFmpeg''' is a collection of free software that can record, convert and stream digital audio and video. It includes libavcodec (a leading audio/video codec library), and libavformat (a leading audio/video container mux and demux library). FFmpeg is developed under Linux, but it can be compiled under most operating systems, including Windows.
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Mythtv uses FFmpeg libraries Libavcodec, libavformat, and libavutil for its AV processing & displaying code, for example the [[internal player]].
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== 2011 Split ==
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Due to political reasons that first surfaced in the beginning of 2011, the FFmpeg project has now split into two independent forks: FFmpeg and Libav. As of 0.25, MythTV's internal copy of FFmpeg is from before the split.
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== Also See ==
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* [[Wikipedia:FFmpeg|FFmpeg at Wikipedia]]
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* [http://ffmpeg.mplayerhq.hu/ FFmpeg Official Site]
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* [http://libav.org/ Libav Official Site]
  
 
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Revision as of 06:21, 18 April 2011


FFmpeg is a collection of free software that can record, convert and stream digital audio and video. It includes libavcodec (a leading audio/video codec library), and libavformat (a leading audio/video container mux and demux library). FFmpeg is developed under Linux, but it can be compiled under most operating systems, including Windows.

Mythtv uses FFmpeg libraries Libavcodec, libavformat, and libavutil for its AV processing & displaying code, for example the internal player.

2011 Split

Due to political reasons that first surfaced in the beginning of 2011, the FFmpeg project has now split into two independent forks: FFmpeg and Libav. As of 0.25, MythTV's internal copy of FFmpeg is from before the split.

Also See